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used in The Bourne Identity

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persistent or continuing or firm — especially in maintaining a view or demanding something
  • She became relentless in her probing, as insistent as Geoffrey Washburn had been on the Ile de Port Noir, but without the doctor's patience.
    Chapter 10 (24% in)
  • Merely an observation, monsieur; the woman was insistent.
    Chapter 12 (49% in)
  • "Since you're so insistent on clarification, Alfred," interrupted Abbott, "why not tell us about the unconfirmed occurrence that took place six months ago.
    Chapter 15 (77% in)
  • "Listen to me," said Marie, her voice insistent.
    Chapter 28 (27% in)
  • Suddenly the gunshots stopped, and in the distance he could hear repeated sounds of hammering, the smashing of wood and steel, growing louder, more insistent.
    Chapter 35 (82% in)
  • There was a final deafening crash from the dark corridor outside the library, followed by men shouting, running, and beyond them somewhere in the unseen, outside world, the insistent whine of sirens.
    Chapter 35 (82% in)
  • Another voice was heard, a deeper voice, calmer, less insistent.
    Chapter 35 (87% in)

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